Jonathan Waxman Announces Restaurant Inside Country Music Hall of Fame

Jonathan Waxman and Ken Levitan will be opening up a casual taco joint inside the Hall of Fame in Nashville
Jonathan Waxman Announces Restaurant Inside Country Music Hall of Fame
Jane Bruce

We expect a little bit of country, and a whole lot of delicious tacos from this new place.

Chef Jonathan Waxman (Barbuto), who just opened his first Nashville restaurant — Adele’s, which was named after his mother — earlier this year, is headed back to Nashville for another go-around. Chef Waxman and founder of Vector Management/music managing legend Ken Levitan just announced a joint effort to open up a casual taco restaurant inside the Country Music Hall of Fame called Bajo Sexto (aptly named after the largest guitar used in a Mariachi band). Levitan and Waxman were also partners in opening Adele’s this past summer.

The restaurant is scheduled to open in spring of 2015. Although not many details are known yet, Bajo Sexto will offer a limited menu of tacos, flautas, handmade tortillas, wings, and plenty of beer and margarita options. The restaurant’s name and location, inspired by both Levitan’s and Waxman’s musical roots (Waxman was once a professional trombone player), will be open for late-night dining as well.

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